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    1. " He parks in a spot reserved for visitors next to the building

    2. reveals that “evil” and/or “wickedness” are not necessarily practices reserved only for the heathens

    3. The “Top Spot” is reserved for Jesus! “And he is the head of the body, the church: who is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead; that in all things he might have the preeminence” (Colossians 1:18)

    4. Indeed, the Persephone standing before me now was the reserved and quiet girl I once knew -and I told her so

    5. Seth's mood however, is darker and much more reserved

    6. So also, if you are the silent reserved type and the other person too is the silent reserved type, the there wil hardly be any dialogue at all! The word over here is “compatible

    7. With a physical urgency usually reserved for athletes and Special Forces troops, Miss Jones launched herself into a standing position, braced her legs upon the pavement and picked up her handbag in the most menacing way that she could manage

    8. Dinner: An expensive dinner is a nice way to celebrate a first date but should be reserved

    9. Whenever I looked into the crowd and caught someone's eye they'd begin muttering and nodding and pointing in my direction and it became more and more clear not just that I was in the wrong place but also that I'd sat in a chair reserved for a guest of honour yet to appear

    10. He reserved the top berth

    11. Tyu had been placed in the largest Bay, an area reserved for the largest of the runabouts

    12. Boris immediately greeted Alfred like and old friend, though Alfred was a bit more reserved in his greeting, he still rose and clasped arms, allowed the Russian a hug

    13. There had been rumors that the Yingolian scientist was rather reserved

    14. His questions and observations of aspects usually neglected by casual admirers brought him a level of respect from the craftsmen generally reserved for one of their own, and they said as much

    15. Stan and Charlie were more reserved, as always, but sat wide-

    16. even here – an area normally reserved for a town’s most

    17. While food was prepared, The Rooms hostess showed the party the rooms reserved for them

    18. usually only reserved for summers at the ball field

    19. middle-aged table where my parents ate, and then our table—the table reserved for

    20. She was delicate, reserved and mild, not the athletic beauty favored by most of the native girls, though she was a smidgeon taller than Desa

    21. view over the nearby market square – was reserved for

    22. But the true accolades must be reserved for the

    23. Under the helmet she is a tall and elegant woman, very, very, reserved but childlike in many ways

    24. Their equipment was set up on Lurain's side of the main post, Parmu's side reserved for the yandrille

    25. But this prerogative of the crown seems to have been reserved rather for

    26. They’re reserved for the nobility

    27. What they afford, being insufficient for the whole farm, will naturally be reserved for the lands to which it can be most advantageously or conveniently applied; the most fertile, or those, perhaps, in the neighbourhood of the farm-yard

    28. Part of all these is reserved for the use of his own family; the rest goes to market, in order to find the best price which is to be had, and which can scarce be so low is to discourage him from sending thither whatever is over and above the use of his own family

    29. furnishings in a room which appeared to be reserved for

    30. normally reserved for the poor, you see,’ said the tall,

    31. ‘I’m sorry, the beds are reserved exclusively for the

    32. The other is that which supplies his immediate consumption, and which consists either, first, in that portion of his whole stock which was originally reserved for this purpose; or, secondly, in his revenue, from whatever source derived, as it gradually comes in ; or, thirdly, in such things as had been purchased by either of these in former years, and which are not yet entirely consumed, such as a stock of clothes, household furniture, and the like

    33. The first is that portion which is reserved for immediate consumption, and of which the characteristic is, that it affords no revenue or profit

    34. Of all parts of the stock, either of an individual or of a society, reserved for immediate consumption, what is laid out in houses is most slowly consumed

    35. Though the period of their total consumption, however, is more distant, they are still as really a stock reserved for immediate consumption as either clothes or household furniture

    36. To maintain and augment the stock which maybe reserved for immediate consumption, is the sole end and purpose both of the fixed and circulating capitals

    37. Their riches or poverty depend upon the abundant or sparing supplies which those two capitals can afford to the stock reserved for immediate consumption

    38. If it is employed in procuring present enjoyment, it is a stock reserved for immediate consumption

    39. The gross rent of a private estate comprehends whatever is paid by the farmer; the neat rent, what remains free to the landlord, after deducting the expense of management, of repairs, and all other necessary charges; or what, without hurting his estate, he can afford to place in his stock reserved for immediate consumption, or to spend upon his table, equipage, the ornaments of his house and furniture, his private enjoyments and amusements

    40. The gross revenue of all the inhabitants of a great country comprehends the whole annual produce of their land and labour; the neat revenue, what remains free to them, after deducting the expense of maintaining first, their fixed, and, secondly, their circulating capital, or what, without encroaching upon their capital, they can place in their stock reserved for immediate consumption, or spend upon their subsistence

    41. A certain quantity of very valuable materials, gold and silver, and of very curious labour, instead of augmenting the stock reserved for immediate consumption, the subsistence, conveniencies, and amusements of individuals, is employed in supporting that great but expensive instrument of commerce, by means of which every individual in the society has his subsistence, conveniencies, and amusements, regularly distributed to him in their proper proportions

    42. accent on "i" and not on "o", which is reserved

    43. The terrace was usually reserved for parties and called for a

    44. Whenever he employs any part of it in maintaining unproductive hands of any kind, that part is from that moment withdrawn from his capital, and placed in his stock reserved for immediate consumption

    45. immediately employed as a capital, either by himself or by some other person, the food, clothing, and lodging, which may be purchased with it, are necessarily reserved for the latter

    46. The borrower may use it either as a capital, or as a stock reserved for immediate consumption

    47. If he uses it as a stock reserved for immediate consumption, he acts the part of a prodigal, and dissipates, in the maintenance of the idle, what was destined for the support of the industrious

    48. If a poor workman was obliged to purchase a month's or six months' provisions at a time, a great part of the stock which he employs as a capital in the instruments of his trade, or in the furniture of his shop, and which yields him a revenue, he would be forced to place in that part of his stock which is reserved for immediate consumption, and which yields him no revenue

    49. notebook reserved for writing observations in science

    50. “Indeed? Which one would that be?” After her haunting conversation with Maro in Dragon Bridge, she had decided to be a bit more reserved with her words, in addition to her identity

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    Sinonimi per "reserved"

    reserved preserved conserved withheld funded constrained inhibited undemonstrative engaged